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Grace works at a foster care facility, where she commits herself to helping young people who have slipped through the cracks of the system to feel secure and happy. She is, to many of the residents, a parent, teacher, friend and confidante. But she is still coping with difficulties from her own troubled upbringing and is pressured by pending life changes with her boyfriend Mason, who also works at the facility. When a new resident moves in who reminds her of herself in many ways, she must again confront her own emotional bruises. An empathetic and powerful US indie drama, with remarkable performances.
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